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Testing ramped up for anyone with flu symptoms in at-risk parts of Sydney

The Age Monday, 13 April 2020
The number of people eligible for coronavirus testing has been boosted as NSW Health increases its efforts to tamp down community spread in specific regions across Sydney and the state.
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